inside 2013 competition winners announced inside 2013 competition winners announced
aug 20, 2013

inside 2013 competition winners announced

inside 2013 competition winners announced
‘hive city / elevator B: an urban bee habitat’
emerging talent winner, jury winner

 

 

the inside 2013 competition was open to students and young professionals of all design disciplines–architects, interior designers, furniture designers, digital fabricators, graphic designers, lighting designers, product designers. with the underlying theme of technology at hand, questions such as: what are the aspirations by which we evaluate design today?; in an increasingly networked culture, what makes a project capable of cutting through the virtual noise, and starting a new conversation?; and how do evolving forms of media affect the way in which your message reaches its destination? were posed. the competition asked entrants to address the impact of technology on our world, and its influence on the proliferation of such areas as device culture and social networking, and the role it plays in the process of production as well as how it assists us in critiquing and organizing the way we work. assembled as a means of publicly promoting the research and exploration and investigation among today’s emerging talent, not as a way of simply stating the existence of technology, but rather why and who we can harness it as designers, the resulting submissions took into consideration these notions–from social to architectural levels–presenting ideas which creatively address the age of our digital and consumer culture, and how it will play a bigger role on our built environment.

 

organized by the creators of the morpholio project, the winners of this year’s INSIDE competition have been revealed:

 


kitchen of elements by seda zirek
emerging talent winner, eyetime winner (based on crowd sourced data)

 

 


shibuya tower by john szot
emerging talent winner, jury honor awards

 

 


SPLASH! mosaic designs by paul reiss
emerging talent winner, jury honor awards

 

 


inside a sinkhole: a convent by javier galindo
emerging talent winner, jury honor award

 


seed library + ascending urban garden by danielle krug
emerging talent winner, jury honor awards

 

 


white concrete and wood stool by franck divay
emerging talent winner, jury honor awards

 

 


tango pouf by ryszard manczak
emerging talent winners, jury honor awards

 

 


goat island, sydney by brad mitchell

future voices winner, jury winner

 

 


empyrean lighting: LED lamp by kelly cones

future voices winner, eyetime winner (based on crowd sourced data)

 

 


restaurant by thaddeus lee

future voices winner, jury honor awards

 

 


icarus by jason khoo

future voices winner, jury honor awards

 

 


wall shelf by rubin gurung

future voices winner, jury honor awards

 

 


room in the river by veronica acosta

future voices winner, jury honor awards

 

 


‘the portland hostel’ by david cho
future voices winner, jury honor award

 

 


filament mind by brian brush
morpholio special recognition

 

 


susi-teria by richard sarrach with photo by amy barkow

morpholio special recognition

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